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Scientists around the globe are giving assistance to a number of other species in a race to preserve biodiversity.
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Science News Video: What makes #blueberries blue?

What makes #blueberries blue?
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Turns out blueberries don't have blue pigment. Instead, structural color from the waxy surface on blueberries gives them their signature color. Video by Sarah Crespi Footage: Middleton et al. (2024)/Science Advances Music: Nguyen Khoi Nguyen

Published: 7th Jun 2024 04:00:11   By: Science Magazine

Science News Video: After 50 years, Lucy faces rivals with other human ancestors

After 50 years, Lucy faces rivals with other human ancestors
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In 1974, paleoanthropologist Don Johanson and student Tom Gray unearthed a 40% complete skeleton of an early human ancestor, fundamentally changing the human family tree. The specimen acquired a nickname that persisted: Lucy, after the Beatles song playing at the fossil hunter’s camp--“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” At 3.2 million years old, some thought her species, Australopithecus afarensis, was close to when the ancestor of humans had split from the ancestor of chimpanzees. But in the past 50 years, discoveries of hominins both older and the same age as Lucy have pushed that split millions of years deeper in time, and challenged her position as mother of us all. Read the story: https://www.science.org/content/article/was-lucy-mother-us-all-fifty-years-discovery-famed-skeleton-rivals

Published: 28th May 2024 05:23:04   By: Science Magazine

Science News Video: Soccer-playing robots teach themselves to score

Soccer-playing robots teach themselves to score
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Developing athletic ability requires practice, even for robots. Using an approach driven by trial and error called deep reinforcement learning, researchers at DeepMind helped these soccer-playing robots develop skills, agility, and techniques to improve their play--all at a higher level than could be manually programmed. The computer “agents” controlling the robots picked up the rules and nuances of the game by observing human soccer players, then playing against each other in both simulations and using real-life robots. Robots play each other to improve their game, get computational “coaching,” and even mimic defensive moves of human players. While these athletic machines may not be making starting lineups anytime soon, computer scientists hope that this ability to learn and perform complex tasks in unpredictable environments will prove useful well beyond the soccer field. Read the research paper here: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/scirobotics.adi8022

Published: 6th May 2024 03:00:31   By: Science Magazine

Science News Video: Why are these #frogs such clumsy jumpers?

Why are these #frogs such clumsy jumpers?
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Scientists have figured out why some miniaturized frogs from Brazil are such clumsy jumpers. A 2022 study published in Science Advances reveals that among adult vertebrates, members of the genus Brachycephalus have the smallest known semicircular canals – the part of the inner ear necessary for maintaining balance and spatial orientation. The diminutive size of these canals results in low sensitivity to angular acceleration, preventing the frogs from controlling their posture as they prepare to land. VIDEO CREDIT: RICHARD L. ESSNER, JR. LINK: https://scim.ag/6bR

Published: 3rd May 2024 03:00:44   By: Science Magazine

Science News Video: #mussels use their ‘beard’ to hang tight and let loose

#mussels use their ‘beard’ to hang tight and let loose
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In order to withstand the crashing waves, mussels have strong filaments called byssal threads to help them stick to rocky surfaces with surprising strength. When needed, the bivalves can also release these threads with seemingly little effort. Video by: Luke Groskin Link to video: https://youtu.be/63ge4qvz19E Link to paper: https://www.science.org/doi/full/10.1126/science.adi7401

Published: 26th Apr 2024 03:00:20   By: Science Magazine

Science News Video: Why A 4.8 Earthquake Isn’t Always A 4.8 Earthquake

Why A 4.8 Earthquake Isn’t Always A 4.8 Earthquake
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The New Jersey earthquake of 2024 might have felt bigger than ones of the same magnitude on a Richter scale or intensity in California. That's because earthquakes in the eastern US go farther and hit harder than their western counterparts. Hosted by: Hank Green (he/him) ---------- Support us for $8/month on Patreon and keep SciShow going! https://www.patreon.com/scishow Or support us directly: https://complexly.com/support Join our SciShow email list to get the latest news and highlights: https://mailchi.mp/scishow/email ---------- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporters for helping us keep SciShow free for everyone forever: Odditeas , Garrett Galloway, Friso, DrakoEsper , Kenny Wilson, J. Copen, Lyndsay Brown, Jeremy Mattern, Jaap Westera, Rizwan Kassim, Harrison Mills, Jeffrey Mckishen, Christoph Schwanke, Matt Curls, Eric Jensen, Chris Mackey, Adam Brainard, Ash, You too can be a nice person, Piya Shedden, charles george, Alex Hackman, Kevin Knupp, Chris Peters, Kevin Bealer, Jason A Saslow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow Tangents Podcast: https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow #SciShow #science #education #learning #complexly ---------- Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vQxeWc7i2Q4iGWysBBC3AqGGymvZuzykh1wuW0UVf1HaGh9VabfbgV7cw1rhDNOoxpfVdj5YMINDJXG/pub

Published: 17th Jul 2024 04:00:43   By: SciShow

Science News Video: The Mystery Of Earth's Diamond Elevators

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Diamonds are cool, but they form really far below the Earth's crust, and the main way they get to the surface(ish) is through rock formations called kimberlites. And these kimberlites are really rare and really weird. So let's talk about where we find them, why we find them, and what needs to happen for us to get more. Hosted by: Savannah Geary (they/them) ---------- Support us for $8/month on Patreon and keep SciShow going! https://www.patreon.com/scishow Or support us directly: https://complexly.com/support Join our SciShow email list to get the latest news and highlights: https://mailchi.mp/scishow/email ---------- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporters for helping us keep SciShow free for everyone forever: DrakoEsper , Friso, Garrett Galloway, Kenny Wilson, J. Copen, Lyndsay Brown, Jeremy Mattern, Jaap Westera, Rizwan Kassim, Christoph Schwanke, Jeffrey Mckishen, Harrison Mills, Eric Jensen, Matt Curls, Chris Mackey, Adam Brainard, Ash, Sam Lutfi, You too can be a nice person, Piya Shedden, charles george, Alex Hackman, Kevin Knupp, Chris Peters, Kevin Bealer, Jason A Saslow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow Tangents Podcast: https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow #SciShow #science #education #learning #complexly ---------- Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vSOxuGeFa5Vsp316mZ4xKz7uyyeZOjRxuqqfzlyd_B_XAwk7_JD1cOL0vZ33rpIex5tPZ9raSU0-P42/pub

Published: 16th Jul 2024 05:00:02   By: SciShow

Science News Video: How Cheap Cigars Legitimized Quantum Mechanics

How Cheap Cigars Legitimized Quantum Mechanics
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The Stern-Gerlach Experiment in lauded in textbooks around the world for its contributions to the world of quantum physics. But for a few years, scientists unknowingly praised it for proving the wrong thing! Because instead of proving an established hypothesis about how electrons work, it had actually discovered an entirely unexpected phenomenon (called spin). Hosted by: Hank Green (he/him) ---------- Support us for $8/month on Patreon and keep SciShow going! https://www.patreon.com/scishow Or support us directly: https://complexly.com/support Join our SciShow email list to get the latest news and highlights: https://mailchi.mp/scishow/email ---------- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporters for helping us keep SciShow free for everyone forever: Odditeas , Garrett Galloway, Friso, DrakoEsper , Kenny Wilson, J. Copen, Lyndsay Brown, Jeremy Mattern, Jaap Westera, Rizwan Kassim, Harrison Mills, Jeffrey Mckishen, Christoph Schwanke, Matt Curls, Eric Jensen, Chris Mackey, Adam Brainard, Ash, You too can be a nice person, Piya Shedden, charles george, Alex Hackman, Kevin Knupp, Chris Peters, Kevin Bealer, Jason A Saslow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow Tangents Podcast: https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow #SciShow #science #education #learning #complexly ---------- Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRj8GwHsklNlgKy_EQ8_BvRsggpHP74HfSJyQSigG7D3tglW8OTaNUfqO0LJoM_sDsQBn6WzuT6FJ8-/pub

Published: 13th Jul 2024 05:00:23   By: SciShow

Science News Video: This One Small Organ Affects Everything

This One Small Organ Affects Everything
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Your thyroid is a tiny gland in your throat, and what it lacks in size, it makes up for in power. This thing controls your metabolism, so you literally can't have power without it. And unfortunately, there's a lot that can go wrong with the thyroid, from Hashimoto's to Graves' disease. So let's learn what thyroids do, what thyroid disease is, and a whole lot more. Hosted by: Savannah Geary (they/them) ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporters for helping us keep SciShow free for everyone forever: Adam Brainard, Alex Hackman, Ash, Benjamin Carleski, Bryan Cloer, charles george, Chris Mackey, Chris Peters, Christoph Schwanke, Christopher R Boucher, DrakoEsper, Eric Jensen, Friso, Garrett Galloway, Harrison Mills, J. Copen, Jaap Westera, Jason A Saslow, Jeffrey Mckishen, Jeremy Mattern, Kenny Wilson, Kevin Bealer, Kevin Knupp, Lyndsay Brown, Matt Curls, Michelle Dove, Piya Shedden, Rizwan Kassim, Sam Lutfi ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow Tangents Podcast: https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow #SciShow #science #education #learning #complexly ---------- Sources: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QmDwMPpvyKaW84ywDP8MXnSpGMRvqDXd/view?usp=sharing

Published: 12th Jul 2024 05:00:44   By: SciShow

Science News Video: 11 Things That Can Change Your Eye Color

11 Things That Can Change Your Eye Color
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Visit https://brilliant.org/scishow/ to get started learning STEM for free. The first 200 people will get 20% off their annual premium subscription and a 30-day free trial. You can dye your hair, you can get a tan, but the color of your eyes is pretty much set in stone - or is it? From weird diseases to temper flare-ups and even iris implants, here are just a few ways that your eye color might not be so permanent after all. Hosted by: Hank Green (he/him) ---------- Support us for $8/month on Patreon and keep SciShow going! https://www.patreon.com/scishow Or support us directly: https://complexly.com/support Join our SciShow email list to get the latest news and highlights: https://mailchi.mp/scishow/email ---------- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporters for helping us keep SciShow free for everyone forever: DrakoEsper , Friso, Garrett Galloway, Kenny Wilson, J. Copen, Lyndsay Brown, Jeremy Mattern, Jaap Westera, Rizwan Kassim, Christoph Schwanke, Jeffrey Mckishen, Harrison Mills, Eric Jensen, Matt Curls, Chris Mackey, Adam Brainard, Ash, Sam Lutfi, You too can be a nice person, Piya Shedden, charles george, Alex Hackman, Kevin Knupp, Chris Peters, Kevin Bealer, Jason A Saslow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? SciShow Tangents Podcast: https://scishow-tangents.simplecast.com/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow #SciShow #science #education #learning #complexly ---------- Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-jqYhGCjon2FQPCru0BJ-AygqndCHKSjblJf_OrdcwU/edit

Published: 11th Jul 2024 05:00:25   By: SciShow

Science News Video: Prepping a piece of woolly mammoth skin to peer at its DNA | Science News

Prepping a piece of woolly mammoth skin to peer at its DNA | Science News
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Researchers Valerii Plotnikov and Dan Fisher slice a sample from 52,000-year-old mammoth skin. The skin provided the first ever look at the 3-D structure of the extinct animal’s DNA. It was so well-preserved that researchers could tell which genes were active at the time of the animal’s death and which were turned off. Those clues may help scientists learn how extinct animals functioned, not just what they looked like. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/drying-woolly-mammoth-dna-3d-glass Video: M. Sandoval-Velasco et al/Cell 2024

Published: 11th Jul 2024 03:01:10   By: Science News

Science News Video: Age decreases the size of our eyes’ pupils | Science News

Age decreases the size of our eyes’ pupils | Science News
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Caption: A video display of 64 eyeballs, captured using eye trackers, helped researchers compare the size of younger and older study participants’ pupils under differing light conditions, confirming aging affects our eyes. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/bizarre-video-eyeballs-age Video: R. Lazar et al/Royal Society Open Science 2024

Published: 2nd Jul 2024 02:58:50   By: Science News

Science News Video: Watch these protists extend their "necks" as they scout for food | Science News

Watch these protists extend their "necks" as they scout for food | Science News
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Single-celled Lacrymaria olor rapidly shoot out long projections in their search for food. A new study shows that this “neck” has an origami-like structure made of curved creases that give the organism enough cellular material to quickly extend and retract. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/protist-neck-origami-unfold-lacrymaria Video: Ryuji Yanase

Published: 6th Jun 2024 06:04:58   By: Science News

Science News Video: Watch Lacrymaria olor’s neck extend | Science News

Watch Lacrymaria olor’s neck extend | Science News
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Curved origami-like pleats make it possible for the single-celled protist Lacrymaria olor to extend its neck up to 30 times its body length in less than 30 seconds. Using glass needles, researchers in this video stretch the organism’s neck to about a tenth of its capability. L. olor’s body twists as the neck unspools. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/protist-neck-origami-unfold-lacrymaria Video: Eliott Flaum/Prakash Lab

Published: 6th Jun 2024 06:04:53   By: Science News

Science News Video: Robots play soccer with reinforcement learning | Science News

Robots play soccer with reinforcement learning | Science News
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Two small, humanoid robots play soccer after being trained with reinforcement learning. The AI tool helps the robots to be more agile and resilient compared with traditional computer programming, according to a recent study. Read more: Video: Tuomas Haarnoja

Published: 6th Jun 2024 04:57:07   By: Science News

Science Channel Video: The Amazing History of the Blue Ridge Tunnel | Mysteries of the Abandoned | Science Channel

The Amazing History of the Blue Ridge Tunnel | Mysteries of the Abandoned | Science Channel
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Construction of the Claudius Crozet Blue Ridge Tunnel began in 1850 as an innovative solution to a stifling geological problem. When it opened in 1858, the Blue Ridge Tunnel was the longest mountain railroad tunnel in the world, serving as a critical passageway in the movement of goods to central United States. #ScienceChannel #MysteriesOfTheAbandoned About Mysteries of the Abandoned: The world's most incredible engineering projects are revisited to uncover why places full of mysteries and untold secrets are now abandoned ruins. Subscribe to Science Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@sciencechannel About Science Channel: Learn about outer space, leading scientific exploration, new technology, earth science basics, & more with science videos & news from Science Channel. Find us on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sciencechannel Instagram: https://instagram.com/sciencechannel TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@sciencechannel

Published: 15th Jul 2024 07:00:06   By: Science Channel

Science Channel Video: Crafting the Perfect Fishing Fly | How It's Made | Science Channel

Crafting the Perfect Fishing Fly | How It
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Published: 14th Jul 2024 03:00:44   By: Science Channel

Science Channel Video: Fishing Reels, Lures, Lines, & More | How It's Made | Science Channel

Fishing Reels, Lures, Lines, & More | How It
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Go fish! Chapters: 00:00 Fishing Reels - Originally aired 2007 04:59 Fishing Lures - Originally aired 2006 09:51 Fish Replicas - Originally aired 2011 14:51 Fly Fishing Reels - Originally aired 2009 20:19 Fishing Line - Originally aired 2014 25:18 Fish Food - Originally aired 2010 #ScienceChannel #HowItsMade About How It's Made: Explore the fascinating world of how everyday items are manufactured and produced. Subscribe to Science Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@sciencechannel About Science Channel: Learn about outer space, leading scientific exploration, new technology, earth science basics, & more with science videos & news from Science Channel. Find us on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sciencechannel Instagram: https://instagram.com/sciencechannel TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@sciencechannel

Published: 13th Jul 2024 03:00:06   By: Science Channel

Science Channel Video: A Binary Star System Turns Deadly | How the Universe Works | Science Channel

A Binary Star System Turns Deadly | How the Universe Works | Science Channel
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Binary star systems, while commonplace in our known universe, have the potential to birth some of the most menacing celestial bodies around: pulsars. #ScienceChannel #HowTheUniverseWorks About How the Universe Works: With a cast of experts and eye-popping CGI, we're looking under the celestial hood to tell the greatest story of all -- the story of where we and everything else came from. Subscribe to Science Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@sciencechannel About Science Channel: Learn about outer space, leading scientific exploration, new technology, earth science basics, & more with science videos & news from Science Channel. Find us on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceChannel/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sciencechannel Instagram: https://instagram.com/sciencechannel TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@sciencechannel

Published: 12th Jul 2024 08:00:17   By: Science Channel

Science Channel Video: The Accidental Duck Experiment | What on Earth? | Science Channel

The Accidental Duck Experiment | What on Earth? | Science Channel
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Published: 11th Jul 2024 03:00:26   By: Science Channel

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